Guide To The South Western Fisheries Management Region
The South Western Fisheries Management Region is the responsibility of the South Western Regional Fisheries Board (SWRFB). It is mostly comprised of the Couties Cork and Kerry and stretches from Knockadoon Head to Kerry Head.
Angling in Cork and Kerry is a very special experience. It is an area of spectacular beauty with over 1000 kilometres of coastline ranging from rugged inlets to sweeping bays, over a hundred fishable Loughs and miles upon miles of superb salmon, sea trout and brown trout rivers. The environment is fresh, clean and virtually unspoiled and the gentle warmth of the Gulf Stream ensures a comfortable climate for year round angling.
The top Salmon rivers of the south western fisheries management region include, the River Bandon, the River Brown Flesk, the River Roughty, and the River Sheen. Lough Currane in Waterville County Kerry, is regarded by many as one of the truly great sea trout fisheries.
Rivers Of The South Western Fisheries Management Region